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9.38 Going to Work: Working Together
Nowhere could teamwork be more important than in the welfare and safety of people's lives. Take a look at the 'turn-round' of an aircraft and the teams of people working together on an airline flying holidaymakers to their destinations.
(E)

10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Cosmo and Dibs imagine flying and living underwater. A visit to a group of children making masks and costumes for their Caribbean-style carnival party.
(R) (E)

10.15 Music Time: Rhythms
Performing rhythm patterns in time with the regular beat. The children learn a ring dance and sing the tune which accompanies the dance.
Songs from the Christmas pantomime are sung.
Presenters Jonathan Cohen and Helen Speirs with Tim Whitnall, Victy Silva, Jeff Crampton (electric guitar), Dave Rose (bass guitar) Will Hill (drums)
(R) (e)

10.38 Let's See: Scottish Farming: 2: Scottish Specialities
Presented by Michael Scott
The Atlantic salmon and the red deer - both native to Scotland in the wild - are now also being raised successfully on farms.
(E)

11.0 Zig Zag: Winter Festival: Holland
What's the connection between St Nicholas, 6 December and Santa Claus? Some children from Oxfordshire make friends with a school in Rotterdam and learn all about Sinterklaas Day.
(E)

11.22 Past 13: Choices in the Third Year: Your Child's Choice
As a parent, you feel some responsibility for the fourth-and fifth-year course your child is choosing. This programme cannot cover all the options which schools are offering, but it does introduce you to two careers teachers with very positive views, some employers, the new GCSE exam, and some teenagers who have been through it all.
(R) (E)

11.45 Religious Studies: Why? Because...: 'What's for Dinner?'
Food is a key to the way beliefs affect everyday life.
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12.8 pm Equal People: Women Work
Technology alters the sexual division of labour. The programme looks at the first textile mills and at computers today and asks some awkward questions about women workers and the future.
(E)

12.28 Pages from Ceefax

12.40 General Studies: He Drinks Too Much but Thank God He Isn't Taking Drugs
A shortened version of the Brass Tacks programme, first transmitted in October, on under-age drinking and society's attitude to alcohol.
(E)

1.5 Micro File
Lesley Judd and Fred Harris introduce a compilation of items from the recent series of Micro Live.
(R) (E)

1.38 Job Bank: Construction
A look at some jobs for young people.
(E)

2.0 Words and Pictures: The Winter Bear
Three young children on a country walk find a brown knitted bear abandoned in a hedgerow. In the middle of winter a bear with nothing to wear definitely needs looking after.
(R) (E)

2.15-2.35 Near and Far: Tundra
Home to the Eskimos and oil people: frozen solid in winter and abounding with wildlife in summer.
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Contributors

Producer (Going to Work):
Jill Glindon Reed
Series producer (Going to Work/Job Bank):
Paul Mitchell
Director (You and Me):
Pat Farrington
Producer (You and Me):
Richard Callanan
Cosmo:
Frances Kay
Dibs:
Francis Wright
Presenter (Music Time):
Jonathan Cohen
Presenter (Music Time):
Helen Speirs
Singer (Music Time):
Tim Whitnall
Singer (Music Time):
Victy Silva
Electric guitar (Music Time):
Jeff Crampton
Bass guitar (Music Time):
Dave Rose
Drummer (Music Time):
Will Hill
Presenter (Let's See):
Michael Scott
Director (Let's See):
Allan Jack
Producer (Let's See):
Marianne Baird
Producer (Zig Zag):
Tom Stanier
Narrator (Past 13):
Wendy Jones
Series producer (Past 13)/producer (Equal People):
Rosanna Hibbert
Narrator (Religious Studies):
Jeni Barnett
Series producer (Religious Studies):
Sue Weeks
Producer (Religious Studies):
Julia Drum
Presenter (Equal People):
Carole Harrison
Producer (General Studies):
Vyv Simson
Presenter (Micro File):
Lesley Judd
Presenter (Micro File):
Fred Harris
Presenter (Words and Pictures):
Vicky Ireland
Producer (Words and Pictures):
Moyra Gambleton
Producer (Near and Far):
Robin Gwyn

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